Portable wireless charger with solar charging and LED light
Modern problems require modern solutions, thats the saying right? Well here's the modern solution to one of the most frustrating modern problems, a dead electronic device. This Portable wireless charger is the perfect solution to anybody who's constantly on the go and hates having a dead phone, tablet or any other electronic device. What makes this charger unique compared to all those other chargers on the market is a few things, first, it has wireless charging for all you tech savvy folk with the latest and greatest phones that can charge without the need for cables. Next, you can charge 4 devices with this beast at once! With 3 USB outlets and the wireless charging- that's more than almost every other charger on the market. Finally, for those of you who are outdoor aficionados this charger has a built in LED flashlight and solar panel charger for those late night or early morning activities. With two options- one packing 10,000mAh and one with 20,000mAh we're sure you'll love it as much as we do!
- Our Solar Battery Charger is convenient, Reliable and tangle free. The wireless charger plus three USB ports gives you the unique ability to charger four devices at once
- 20000mAh High Capacity and Airplane-friendly. Top quality Solar Charger can power your devices for up to a week: 4.5 charges for the iPhone 8 Plus, 4 charges for the Samsung Galaxy S8, and 1.6 charges for the iPad Air 2
- 300ma Portable Solar Panel Flashlight. Excellent panel conversion rate. A couple hours of intense sun equals a couple hours of intense flashlight. Three light settings. Practical for everyday use, camping or emergencies. On a full battery, the flashlight can last over 72hrs.
- Full Disclaimer: The Solar Panel Charger is intended to power your LED flashlight (It is excellent at this!). Although the Solar battery bank will charge via solar panel, that is not the primary intent on having the solar panel. The conversation rate is small compared to large capacity battery. It would take 84hrs once the sun's rays are intense enough to reach the max conversion rate.